The University’s new computer requirements for connecting to the Internet have left some students confused and annoyed, as they are busy constantly updating their systems. Starting this semester, students using an Internet connection in a residence hall are required to have Windows automatic updates turned on, Symantec antivirus software installed and Cisco Clean Access downloaded […]
September 6, 2005
Volume 102, Issue 7
Stories from the September 6, 2005 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.
University officials said at least one student contracted a skin infection that may be linked to improper cleaning of exercise mats at the Health and Wellness Center. Isabel Goldenberg, director of Student Health Services, confirmed that her office treated a student with complaints of a skin ailment two weeks ago, although other officials said up […]
There’s a popular saying that’s been circulating around the Georgetown University campus. “The general joke here is that GW stands for Georgetown Waitlist,” said Scott Cheney-Peters, a Georgetown senior. He continued, “(Georgetown students) feel that Georgetown is slightly superior to GW but not in a completely different league. It really is a joking rivalry, but […]
Tuesday RotexDC September Meet & Greet Join former Rotary Youth Exchange students and young professionals for a drink in Chinatown the first Tuesday of every month. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. 801 7th St. N.W. Sponsored by the Rotex Club of Washington, D.C. Wednesday Peace Corps employer information session Students will have the opportunity to meet […]
The article “Behind the beard” (Aug. 31, p. 1) erroneously reported that at Freshman Convocation freshmen overwhelmingly voted for President Stephen Joel Trachtenberg to shave his beard. The freshmen voted for the president not to shave his beard.